It’s easy to grow your own flowers from seed. Here’s beautiful flowers, growing information & seed collections for gifts.

Gillian McCullochWelcome to Country Garden Seeds!

Flower Seeds for your garden, for cut flowers and for wildlife.

Do you dream of a beautiful garden full of scented flowers and buzzing with wildlife?
The truth is that it’s not just a dream but a distinct possibility for you.

In this shop you will find flower seeds for your garden, for cut flowers and for wildlife. I have grown these flowers myself then selected the best, most beautiful and easiest plants for you to grow. To find out more about a plant just click on the images below to open the page and read more about how to grow them.

Seeds to sow in July.

There are lots of lovely Biennial Flower Seeds to sow this month. Biennials are brilliant for early flowers next spring and just a little forward planning pays off big time. Many Biennials are beautiful in your garden, excellent for wildlife and brilliant for cut flowers too.

Wallflower Sunset MixedPlants like  Erysimum (Wallflowers) Digitalis (Foxgloves) Dianthus (Sweet William) Papaver nudicaule (Iceland Poppies) Myosotis (Forget-me-nots) Hesperis (Sweet Rocket) and Lunaria annua (Honesty) can be sown now ready for flowering next spring.

The best things about growing your own Biennial flowers from seed are:

  1. You can have MASSES of blooms in a colour scheme of your choice.
  2. There’s no need to break the bank… seeds are plentiful and INEXPENSIVE.
  3. There’s little effort required and anyone can do it. Sow them outdoors and let them grow on either in a ‘nursery’ bed or where you want them to flower next spring.


Anethum graveolens Mariska

SKU 00070
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Product Details

Anethum Graveolens 'Mariska' Seeds

This is florists Dill. It has sturdy ridged stems and flowers early making quite a statement in the garden. Anethum has feathery foliage and lots of lovely lime green flower heads for cutting. The flowers are unscented but the foliage is aromatic (aniseed) and is often used to flavour fish, soups, salads and pickles.

Dill is easy and rewarding to grow so is great for beginners. It’s also good for container planting and has masses of pollen and nectar which attracts beneficial insects into the garden.


Anethum graveolens



Plant Type

Hardy Annual

Height & Spread

60-90cm/2-3 feet tall x 30cm/1 foot wide

Sow Seeds

For best results sow Dill several times from mid-spring to mid-summer directly where you would like it to grow and flower.

Thin/Plant Out

Thin seedlings to 20-30cm /8-12 inches apart and grow on.

Conditions Required

Dill produces a long taproot and prefers deeper fertile soil than most other annuals. Plenty of sunshine will encourage flower production although these plants will tolerate dappled shade.

Flower Production

Each batch of plants will produce flowers for 6-8 weeks from July to October.


Pick when it’s cool either early morning or in the evening.
Dill flowers last 7 -10 days in a vase.

Planting Combinations

The acid green flower heads of Dill compliment most brightly coloured annual flowers and also contrast well with cool blues and whites.

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